Louise has a long career working with dogs.
Her professional career started as a dog handler in the prison service. But during that 8 years she saw many dogs retire early due to injury on many an occasion. It led Louise to research what could be done to help dogs with mobility issues. This is when she discovered canine massage.
Having had regular sports massage herself to help with shoulder issues due to dog handling Louise knew just how powerful massage is.
Louise then went on to study canine and human massage and is a qualified advanced practitioner for both people and dogs.
Louise works with many competition dogs in a variety of disciplines including IPO, agility flyball, obedience and show. She has worked with many dogs completing and showing at Crufts, championship shows and at European and International levels.
However Louise's real passion is to work with elderly dogs to make a difference in their later years so that they can continue to enjoy life to the full and to help the owner know that they are doing everything they can to maintain their dogs mobility.